Before you browse the glamping offerings via Kiwi site Canopy Camping, be forewarned: You may spend an entire afternoon poring over the dozens of cabins, tents, shepherd’s huts, and tiny treehouse perches throughout the New Zealand landscape, only to resurface hours later, as we did, slightly disoriented but ready to book a trip.
You’ll also return from the rabbit hole with endless inspiration for indoor/outdoor, efficient, eco-friendly living.
Today we’re taking a look at one of Canopy Camping’s newest additions: Buster, a solar-powered cabin in Waikato, “15 minutes from Matamata and 45 minutes from Tauranga,” efficient camp kitchen included.
Photography via Canopy Camping.
And for more tiny cabin kitchens, see:
- Unplugged: A Couple’s DIY, Totally Off-the-Grid Cabin in the New Hampshire Woods
- Steal This Look: A Modular Salvaged Kitchen in Sonoma
- Kitchen of the Week: A Small Off-Grid Kitchen in an Architect-Designed Guest Cabin
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